?mute command, you can mute a member so they cannot type in your channels. This will log a moderation action. You can also add an optional reason and time limit.
|?mute||3 seconds||?mute [user] [reason]||?mute NoobLance Permanently for being rude|
|?mute [user] [limit]||?mute NoobLance 10|
|?mute [user] [limit] [reason]||?mute NoobLance 10m Spamming|
|?mute [user] [limit] [reason]||?mute NoobLance 10h Too cool|
|?mute [user] [limit] [reason]||?mute NoobLance 10d Asked for it|
- The default time limit is in minutes, however you are able to specify other time formats by adding them after the time. You can use
dfor “days” or
- Dyno will automatically create his own Muted role in your server. If you would like to create your own (or migrate the Muted role of an existing bot if you are switching to Dyno), you would need to name the role “Muted” (case sensitive), and Dyno will simply use this role instead of making a new one. You can then change the name of this role if you’d like!
- Every time a user is muted in your server, Dyno will set up all permissions for the Muted role in all of your channels and categories, if it has the permissions to do so.
- If Timeouts are enabled you aren’t able to permanently mute users, that is because Discord doesn’t support permanent timeouts.
If muted users can still speak in your server, please read this for more information. Optionally, you can enable an option to make Dyno automatically remove all roles from the user when they are muted. If you want to do this, follow this guide!